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Toledo Area Artists 
75thAnnual Exhibition 

July 11 through August 8 



Toledo Federation of 
Art Societies 



Arts Commission of Greater Toledo, Athena Art Society, 
Department of Art of the University of Toledo, National 
League of American Pen Women, Northwestern Ohio 
Watercolor Society, Photo Arts Club, Spectrum Friends of 
Fine Art, Summit Street Studios, Tile Club of Toledo, 
Toledo Area Glass Guild, Toledo Area Sculptors Guild, 
Toledo Artist's Club, Toledo Friends of Photography, The 
Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo Potters' Guild, Toledo 
Women's Art League, Waterstreet Printmakers. 



Officers and Trustees 



Helen Zeller, President, Judith Konesni, First Vice President, 
Carol Yeager, Second Vice President, Joyce McKee, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; Dawn Naujock, Recording Secretary; Scott 
Heacock, Treasurer, Robert Lubell, Trustee, Robert E. 
Martin, Trustee; Louise Egnew, Trustee; Jim Brower, Trustee; 
Stephen Johnston, Trustee; Eleanor Bacon, Trustee. 



Special Committees 



Scott Heacock, Jury Dinner, Marti Werner, Exhibition 
Entries; Bill King and Lorean Roberts, Exhibition Entries; 
Northwestern Ohio Watercolor Society, Reception; Judy 
Konesni, Lucy Webster, and Phyllis Payne, Sales; Edith 
Franklin, Permanent Collection; Dawn Naujock, Membership; 
Richard Reed, Jury Selection; Toledo Artists Club, Officer 
Nominations; Marti Werner and Eleanor Bacon, Constitution 
By Laws; Scott Heacock, Finance, Marti Werner and Helen 
Zeller, Fund Raising, Steve Frushour and Bob Lubell, 
Publicity, Prospectus, and Catalogue. 



Jury 



Joseph Kettner, Director, Washington University Gallery, 
St. Louis, Missouri; Louis Marinaro, Sculptor, Ann Arbor, 
Michigan; Jose Roderio, Painter, Frostburg, Maryland. 



Sponsors 



The Toledo Area Artists exhibition is cosponsored by the 
Toledo Federation of Art Societies, Inc. and The Toledo 
Museum of Art. Additional support comes in part by a grant 
from the Maurice and Dorothy Stubnitz Foundation, Adrian, 
Michigan; Lauerer Markin Gibbs, Inc.; and the Ohio Arts 
Council. 



The following have made generous donations to the Toledo 
Federation of Art Societies. Their contributions ensure the 
continued success of the Toledo Area Artists exhibition. 



Patron 



Athena Art Society, Champion Spark Plug, 
Richard C. Glowacki, Mr. and Mrs. William Loeffler, 
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Martin, Mrs. Dorothy M. Price, 
Christine B. Turnbull 



Sustaining 



Donor 



Eleanor and Frank Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. John K. Clement, 
Louise and Tom Egnew, Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Fraser, 
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Heacock, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lupe, 
Leeta and Harry Vistel, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Orser, Mrs. 
David R. Rittenhouse, L.J. Webster, Mrs. James D. West 

Gary A. Beren, Jim Brower, Chapman Art Gallery, John 
Cook, Joan Devers, Tom and Nancy Dumford, Steve 
Frushour, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Preketes, Northwestern 
Ohio Watercolor Society, Toledo Artists Club, Toledo 
Women's Art League, Lois Van Dyne, Don and 
Helen Zeller 



Associate 



Jeanne Amos, W.B. Ball, Jr., Lester R. Cowell, Edith 
Franklin, Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Klein, Lois B. Shelly, 
Mrs. Carl G. Staelin, Theda Wagenknecht 



Design: Lauerer Markin Gibbs, Inc. 
Paper: The Millcraft Paper Co. 
Separations: Reece Brothers, Inc. 
Printing: RKI Corporation 




Congratulations to the Toledo Federation of Art Societies. This 75th anniversary exhibition speaks 
highly to the energy and commitment of the member organizations of the Federation. Your continued 
efforts have provided the area's community of artists a forum in which to exhibit their work in an 
unbroken history that few can rival. 

Generous contributions to the Toledo Area Artists exhibition assure its future. An exceptional 
contribution to this 75th anniversary effort comes from the Maurice and Dorothy Stubnitz Foundation 
of Adrian, Michigan. Generous support was also received from Lauerer Markin Gibbs, Inc., 
of Maumee. 

The Athena Art Society was founded in 1903, and fifteen years later became one of the founding 
organizations of the Federation and the Toledo Area Artists exhibition. To celebrate the significant 
anniversaries, of Athena and the Federation, a 90th anniversary exhibition featuring the work of 
Athena members will be displayed concurrently with the Toledo Area Artists 75th Annual exhibition. 
The Athena Art Society, the Toledo Federation of Art Societies, and The Toledo Museum of Art look 
forward to continuing to work together for the artistic vitality of our region. 



David W. Steadman 

Director 

The Toledo Museum of Art 




Welcome to the Toledo Area Artists 75th Annual exhibition. This exhibition features work by the 
best artists in 17 counties of northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. The Toledo Federation of Art 
Societies would also like to welcome the National League of American Penwomen. The addition of 
the Penwomen to the Federation brings to 16 the number of organizations whose combined efforts 
make the Toledo Area Artists exhibition possible. 

I would like to express my gratitude to Dr. David Steadman, Steve Frushour and the rest of the 
Museum staff who contribute their time and effort to bring you a new and dramatically different show 
each year. My thanks goes also to the Federation members for their generous efforts in each of their 
respective committees. A very special thank you is extended as well to our loyal sponsors whose 
contributions to the Toledo Area Artists exhibition are sincerely appreciated. 

The jurors selected a fine and diverse exhibition reflecting the efforts of a new generation of Toledo 
artists, but many works of art were chosen which epitomize the strong connection to more traditional 
styles and subjects felt by local artists. 

This year the number of artists submitting to the exhibition increased by thirty. The growing success 
of the Toledo Area Artists exhibition is assured with continued efforts by the Museum, the Federation 
clubs, all of our sponsors, and by the young artists who each year, join ranks with the old. For seventy- 
five years new generations of artists have contributed to the final appearance of this exhibition. I look 
forward to seeing the new and, as of yet, unknown art forms become a part of the Toledo Area Artists 
tradition. 



Helen M. Zeller 

President 

Toledo Federation of Art Societies 



Awards 



General Awards are selected by the jury on the basis of quality 
regardless of style or medium. The jury is authorized to give 
an award of $1,000 for Best of Show, two First Awards of $500, 
three Second Awards of $250, and four Third Awards of $150. 
The jury also presents the Israel Abramofsky Award of the 
Temple-Congregation Shomer Emunim of $500 for an 
outstanding entry in any medium; the Molly Morpeth Canaday 
Award of $350 for an outstanding painting; the Toledo Area 
Glass Guild's Dominic Labino Memorial Award of $250 for 
excellence in glass; the Northwestern Ohio Watercolor Society 
Award of $150; the Toledo Friends of Photography Award of 
$100 for excellence in photography; the Roulet Medal for 
excellence in painting, graphics or sculpture; the Owens- 
Corning Purchase Award, and the Federation Purchase Award. 

Federation Purchase Awards are selected by the Purchase 
Awards Committee of the Toledo Federation of Art Societies 
which consists of the Chairman of the Permanent Collection 
Committee and Federation officers. Purchase awards are 
added to the collection of the Toledo Federation of Art 
Societies. Loans of work from the permanent collection are 
made to civic organizations upon request. 



Special Award 




The Annual Special Award Committee presents a certificate of 
commendation to an individual or an organization who in the 
past years has shown unparalleled support and outstanding 
service to the arts in the Toledo community. This year the 
Toledo Federation of Arts Societies has chosen to honor Jim 
Brower, one of its former presidents and a graphic designer and 
illustrator for nearly sixty years. He has received gold medals 
from the Ohio Watercolor Society and the Georgia Watercolor 
Society, as well as awards from the San Diego International 
Exhibition, the National Watercolor Society, and National 
Watercolor Oklahoma. 

Jim is a board member of the Ohio Watercolor Society, a 
signature member of the Kentucky and the National 
Watercolor Societies, an associate member of the Midwest and 
Georgia Watercolor Societies and a past president of the 
Northwestern Ohio Watercolor Society. 



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Leaving a remarkably indelible impression upon the whole of 
the Toledo art community, Adam Grant left a trailblazing 
legacy in his wake. His was a talent that transformed a craft 
into a consuming passion; witness his 34 years of participation 
in the Toledo Area Artists exhibition. 

We stood reassured by his presence and enlightened by his 
work. Adam's figure studies are windows to a world where the 
body's form and function become inextricably, but wonder- 
fully entwined. 

In cooperation with The Toledo Museum of Art, Peggy Grant 
has established a memorial fund in her late husband's name to 
assist developing artists. 



Athena Art Society 90th 
Anniversary Exhibition 



The day after the opening of the Toledo Museum of Art in 
1903, a group of eighteen Toledo women met in the studio 
of Nina Spalding Stevens, wife of the Museum's first 
director George Stevens, to form The Athena to "assist and 
encourage women engaged in all branches of Fine and 
Industrial Arts." Named for the goddess of wisdom and the 
arts in Greek mythology, the group held its first juried 
exhibition at the Museum in December of that first year. 

Under the presidency of Mrs. Stevens, the society had fifty- 
nine charter members who paid dues of fifty cents annually. 
They held sketching sessions twice a week and monthly 
social evenings where they showed their art work, gave 
readings and performed musical selections. 

In 1917, Athena co-founded the Toledo Federation of Art 
Societies whose juried May Show continues to be held 
annually and is now recognized as the Toledo Area Artists 
exhibition. The Athena Art Fund was established in 1967 to 
aid women artists in their studies or careers. Today, the 
Athena Art Society numbers fifty-seven women, all produc- 
tive visual artists working in the Toledo Area. 




Shown sketching with Athena artists in 1902, Nina Spalding Stevens (extreme left) was instrumental in founding the 
Athena Art Society. 



CATALOGUE OF THE EXHIBITION 

(All cities are in Ohio except as indicated.) 



Leslie Adams, Toledo 

DENYING THE VOICES, Oil 

Michael Arrigo, Toledo 

INHALE OUT . . . EXHALE IN, Oil , 



MOLLY MORPETH CANADAY AWARD 



Drew Bairley, Toledo 

EAGLE HEARTS, Crayon and graphite 

Janet Ballweg, Bowling Green 

FOR REST, Acrylic 



BEST OF SHOW 



Duane Bastian, Adrian, MI 
WHEELED ELEPHANT, Earthenware 
WHEELED VESSEL, Earthenware 

John Beaubien, Ottawa Hills 
ST. LUKE'S, Acrylic 

PiBenio, Adrian, MI 
WRITHE, Paper and wire 

Christopher S. Berry, Maumee 

SWEPT AWAY, Acrylic 




Janet Ballweg, FOR REST 



Julie A. Beutler, Erie, MI 
EMPOWERMENT, Gelatin silver print 

Deborah Bewley, Bowling Green 

MONUMENT #1, Handmade paper, plexiglass, and wire 

Kelly A. Bohland, Oregon 
TREE OF LIFE, Ink 

Harley R. Bricker Jr., Defiance 
TOTEM, Acrylic 

Gerry BrOCk, Perrysburg 

THE SYMPATHIZERS, Gouache on handmade paper 

Geoffrey Buddie, Bowling Green 
ELEPHANT SKIN, Gelatin silver print 

Jaye Bumbaugh, Lima 
MUMMY CROWS, Ink 

James Burgess, Toledo 

ICONIC, Found metal objects SECOND AWARD 

William Chapin, Toledo 

CRANE CIRCLES TIGER, Acrylic and metal leaf 

Amber Creger, Clayton, MI 

UNTITLED, Etching THE ROULET MEDAL 

UNTITLED, Etching 

Cat Crotchett, Bowling Green 

IN THE EYES OF THE BEHOLDER, Pastel THIRD AWARD 

... MY SOUL TO TAKE, Pastel 

Spencer W. Cunningham, Toledo 

RELIEVED, Gelatin silver print 

Warren E. DeWitt, Sylvania 

ANTONIO GAUDI MEETS MIES VAN DER ROHE 

AT THE ELECTRIC COMPANY, Gouache 

Dan A. Dombrowsky, Jerome, MI 

CHALICE, Blown glass THIRD AWARD 

Brian Donahue, Whitehouse 

ANT'S FEAST, Burl maple 

Charley Drake, Bowling Green 

THE BLANKET FART, Gelatin silver print 

Douglas Drury, Bowling Green 
FISH STORY, Oil 




James Burgess, ICONIC 



Barry C. Eitel, Rossford 

STANDING UP AT LAST, Charcoal and India ink 



Pamela S. Feldman-Hill, Gahanna 
ILLUMINATION: CHINESE, Ink and gouache 
ILLUMINATION: INDIAN, Ink and gouache 



RexFogt, Temperance, MI 
TRIO MAKER, Porcelain 

Amy Krick Frank, Port Clinton 

ROCKING CHAIRS - LAKESIDE PORCH, Cibachrome 

LIKE MOTHER-LIKE DAUGHTER- MAN MADE, Silver print 

Michael Franklin, Bowling Green 
PORTRAIT OF A LOSS II, Pastel and graphite 



THIRD AWARD 






Theresa Fullenkamp, Toledo 
UNTITLED, Photo collage 



FIRST AWARD 

OWENS-CORNING PURCHASE AWARD 



Maureen Garcia, Toledo 

ANCIENT SECRETS, Acrylic 

Carolyn Goforth, Toledo 
DOGWOOD, Watercolor 




Michael Arrigo, INHALE OUT . . . EXHALE IN 



Amber Creger, UNTITLED 



Stevie Grand, Sylvania 

KEN'S OBSESSION, Infrared photograph 

Norma Gray, Brighton, Ml 

HE'S NOT MY PROBLEM, Tempera 

Jenna Grubb, Toledo 

DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE, Watercolor 

Christine H. Guise-Clarke, Perrysburg 

SKELETON BOWL, Stoneware 

Faye E. Hadley, Toledo 
RED & WHITE, Blown glass 
BLACK & YELLOW, Blown glass 



Mark D. Haines, Adrian, MI 
FLYAWAY, Forged steel 

Lanna Pendleton Hall, Montpelier 
SKYSCAPE: COOL AUGUST EVENING, Oil 

David Herzig, Toledo 

RHODODENDRON, CATAWBA, Watercolor 

PEONY, Watercolor 

Scott Horn, Toledo 

EXCELSIOR MAN, Excelsior, styrofoam and wood 

WHAT THE BAD THING WAS, Acrylic 

Deborah Howard, Lyons 

BLUE & BENCH, Computer graphics 

Scott Hudson, Toledo 

INVITATION (THE WIDOW'S REEL), Acrylic and graphite THIRD AWARD 

ARROWBACK, Acrylic 

David Huff, Toledo 
UNTITLED, Cyanotype 

KaraJanick, Tecumseh, MI 
MAGIC HAT, Collograph 

Michael D. Kelley, Perrysburg 
CHOCOLATE SWIRL, Wood 

Michael H. Kersey, Toledo 

THE UNIVERSE ACCORDING TO BOB, Acrylic on wood 

Mark A. Kimball, Toledo 
JIM'S GRAPES, Watercolor 

Bill King, Perrysburg 

BREAK IN THE CLOUDS, Blown glass 

Laura Knight, Toledo 
WOMEN IN SPACE, Linocut 

Norman Knutson, Hudson, MI 

CARL, Charcoal 

NiCOl A. KostiC, Toledo 

THE GARDEN IS WITHIN US, Pastel 

Mike Kozumplik, Sherwood 

THE WINDS OF LIFE BLEW NOT THE WAY WE CHOSE, 

Sterling silver, anodized niobium and pearls 

ORION'S BELT, Sterling silver, lapis aggregate and diamonds 



Leslie Lazenby, Arlington 

ONE OF THE Q CONSORTIUM, Halo-chrome photograph 

CAN YOU SEE ME?, Halo-chrome photograph 

Brian Ledwell, Sandusky 
UNTITLED, Engraved plastic 

ReneeLeiby, Toledo 

MELANCHOLY, Graphite 

George Lemble, Toledo 

A DEDICATION TO THE N.E.A., Found wood and metal objects 

Dorothy Linden, Bowling Green 

ENCOUNTER, Gouache 

CAMS LUPUS, Gouache on handmade paper 



SECOND AWARD 



C. Imes LuSCOmbe, Maumee 

SOMETHING'S GONE AWRY, Monotype, collage, and xerography 

Jennifer Mahlman, Sylvania 

UNTITLED, Resin on painted canvas 



Elizabeth Albers Martin, Perrysburg 

FRUIT MEDLEY, Watercolor 

ORANGES ORIENTAL III, Watercolor 

Tim McAfee, Toledo 
30517.02, Blown glass 

Keith McHugh, Sylvania 
FEATHERS, Blown glass 



NORTHWESTERN OHIO WATERCOLOR SOCIETY AWARD 




William Moore, MOUNTAIN TOP POOL 



David Mclntyre, Toledo 

EVERY 24 HOURS, Performance video 

Lynne C. McNutt, Temperance, MI 
TRIPODICAL, Handmade paper 

Susan M. Mitchell, Toledo 
WHEAT FIELD, Pastel 

Deirdre M. Monk, Williamsport, PA 
PERFECTION, Cibachrome 

William A. Moore, Toledo 

MOUNTAIN STREAM, Gelatin silver print 

MOUNTAIN TOP POOL, Gelatin silver print . 

Michael J. Morgenstern, Toledo 

STAND FOR PREPARATOR, Mixed woods ... 



TOLEDO FRIENDS OF PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD 



SECOND AWARD 



LisaMunger, Toledo 
NIGHT LINES, Blown glass 

Mark Nafziger, Archbold 
PLATTER, Stoneware 

Mary Pencheff , Toledo 
UNTITLED, Gelatin silver print 

Joshua Pingatore, Bowling Green 
RESERVOIR, Copper 




Dennis Wojtkiewicz, ILLUSTRATED HEART 



Robert Pollex, Rossford 

CLOUDY, Blown glass 

Sandy Provo, Toledo 

COMING OUT OF THE WOODWORK I "RUSH HOUR", Watercolor and found objects 
COMING OUT OF THE WOODWORK II "THE OUTBACK", Watercolor and found objects 

Michael L. Rader, Bowling Green 

NAKED, Woodcut 

STRIP MINED (AGAIN), Screenprint on woodcut 

Richard Reed, Toledo 

DON'T SWEAT THE SMALL STUFF, Acrylic 

Odes Roberts Sr., Toledo 
OCEAN MEDITATION, Acrylic 

Janet Rodgers, Adrian, MI 

CLOWNIE, Assemblage on paper 
PLEA, Assemblage on canvas 

Hans Ruebel, Bowling Green 

TABLE #3, Steel, marble, wood and bronze 

Fletcher Rutter, Perrysburg 
TWO FACES, Woven silver print 

Susan Siferd, Maumee 
HIEROGLYPH, Blown glass 

Nathine Smith, Toledo 

ENIGMA VARIATION XXVIII, Colored pencil 

Tim Smith, Toledo 
SPHEREN, Cast bronze 
SPHEREX, Cast bronze 

Sally Snider, Toledo 
AMERICAN CLASSIC, Watercolor 1 

Jan Krenke Southern, Bowling Green 

GUERILLA GIRLS ICON, Oil and acrylic on wood 

TEA RITUAL SPOON II, Sterling silver, nickel silver and moonstone 

Gail Sponseller, Perrysburg 

MEN OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Gelatin silver print 

JonStealey, Findlay 

CEDAR FALLS LIGHT, Silver bleach dye TOLEDO FEDERATION OF ART SOCIETIES 

PURCHASE AWARD 



Cheryl Takata, Toledo 

JOE & THE PUP-ETTES, Hand-colored linocut 

Jennifer Tanau, Bowling Green 
PASSAGE, Oil 

Julie Tautigian, Toledo 

GENDER STUDY, Photo montage 

Terry Teufel, Toledo 

WHAT WAS DECO, Etched glass 

Marvin t. Thorp, Fayette 

4 COLOR TRANSPARENT BANDED VASE, Blown glass 

AnnTubbs, Ottawa Lake, MI 

PLATE FOR AVIGNON, Maioloca ware 

Rebecca Van Brackel-Glassford, Defiance 

SMITHWORK'S, Hand-colored image transfer 

Mark Wagar, Toledo 

SPECTRAL VESSEL GONE BONZO, Blown glass 

SPECTRAL VESSEL #10, Blown glass 

Melinda Wagner, Bowling Green 

THEIR ROYAL BEARINGS, Gelatin silver print 

Adam Weiss, Toledo 
SUPERNAUGHT, Photographic montage 

KayWeprin, Toledo 

ENGLAND'S GARDEN, Oil pastel 






OWENS-CORNING PURCHASE AWARD 



GaryWidanka, Toledo 

CACTUS III, Watercolor 

Enid Williams, Toledo 
MATRIMONIAL SURRENDER, Oil 

Dennis Wojtkiewicz, Portage 

PREDATOR'S BALL #2, Pastel 

ILLUSTRATED HEART, Pastel 



ISRAEL ABRAMOFSKY AWARD 
ISRAEL ABRAMOFSKY AWARD 



Vernon WolCOtt, Bowling Green 
LEVIATHAN, Pastel 
NOVA, Pastel 




Wanda Zuchowski-Schick, ALONE AMONG THE ASPENS 



Homer J. Yarrito, Toledo 
THOR'S TWINS, Blown glass . 



Carol J. Yeager, Sylvania 

AT A LOW EBB, Colored pencil 

Todd Yeager, Sylvania 
BONEHORSE, Plastic, wood and metal 

Fred J. Zesiger, Bowling Green 

HOUSE WHERE ELEGANT ANGELS DWELL, 

Wood, metal, glass, straw, feathers and book with corn husk cover. 

Wanda Zuchowski-Schick, Rossford 

ALONE AMONG THE ASPENS, Aquatint 



DOMINIC LABINO MEMORIAL AWARD 



FIRST AWARD 



TOLEDO FEDERATION OF ART SOCIETIES 
PURCHASE AWARD 



ATHENA ART SOCIETY 90TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION 



Ruth Allen 

SALAD BASKET, Watercolor 
BUSH RUBIES, Watercolor 

Dorothy Applegate 

SUMMER HIDEAWAY, Oil 

Eleanor Bacon 

OTTAWA PARK - MORNING, Watercolor 

OLD RAILROAD BRIDGE - SYLVANIA, Watercolor 

Thelma Beans 

STORM COMING OVER LAKESIDE, Oil 

Pat Beazley 

REQUIEM IN BLUES, Pastel 
HILL FARMER, Pastel 

Lauralee Bellg 

TIME IS TOO SLOW FOR THOSE WHO WAIT, Pastel 

Mona Bode 

EVOLVING, Lithograph 

Gerry Brock 

REFLECTING SELF PORTRAIT, Gouache on pulp painting 
BLUE LADY, Gouache on pulp painting 
SELF-PORTRAIT, Gouache on pulp painting 

Nathalie S. Davis 

PEONY, Mixed 
NATHALIE, Watercolor 

Line Bloom Draper 

THE APOCALYPSE, Watercolor 

Laurel Egnew 

OHIO FARM #26, Graphite 

HOT NIGHT IN TUCSON, Oil pastel 

Louise Egnew 

AFTER THE SIOUX, Acrylic and ink 

WATER LILIES, Watercolor, acrylic and colored pencil 

Edith Franklin 

POPCORN BOWL, Raku fired earthenware 

BODY ORNAMENT IN CONTAINER, Porcelain and leather 

Peggy Grant 

BROKEN MIRROR, Oil 
UNTITLED STILL LIFE, Oil 
STILL LIFE WITH BUTTERFLY, Oil 



Eleanor Gustafson 

FRUIT AND VEGETABLES SERIES, ORANGE, Watercolor 
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES SERIES, BEETS, Watercolor 

Donna Crocker Johnston 

SUNFLOWERS, Acrylic watercolor 
GERANIUM AND LOBELIA, Watercolor 

Addie LaFrance 

FALL BOUQUET, Watercolor 
THE ROAD HOME, Watercolor 

Janet McCarren 

A SUMMER DAY AT CHAUTAUQUA, Oil 
LANDSCAPE/MOUNTAINS OF NEW YORK STATE, Watercolor 

Doris McEwen 

GRANDMA'S PORCH, Watercolor 
PIECES, Color lift with colored pencil 

Mary McGowan 

WEB OF GREENERY, Graphite 
ZINNIAS, Graphite 

Phyllis Nordin 

PIERCED COLUMN, Mahogany 
INTERFOLD, Stone 

Erin Palmer 

WHERE THERE USED TO BE A SOUL INSIDE, Watercolor 

Carrol Lee Rice 

LEAF MOTIF, Silk, water based mixed media 
BLACK PEACOCK, Block print on parchment 

Elaine Canfield Ruihley 

CLIFF HOUSE, Watercolor 
JERRY'S PUB, Watercolor 
SHORE COTTAGES, Watercolor 

Lois Shelly 

SPRING STORM, Collage on handmade paper 
THREE FACES, Collage 

Ruby Skibinski 

CORNFIELDS, Oil 

THE MAUMEE AT PROVIDENCE, Oil 

Nathine Smith 

ENIGMA VARIATION XXVI, Colored color pencil 

. . . AND IT BECAME VELVET, Paper, watercolor, ink and glue 



Peggy Snug 

WESTERN LANDSCAPE, Acrylic 

CREEK IN SUMMER, Watercolor and colored pencil 

Sherrie Soustek 

NECKLACE (BUTTERFLIES FLIGHT), Silver, enamel, peridot and citrine 

BROOCH, Silver, bronze and agate 

NECKLACE, Enamel, silver, amethyst, garnet and gold-plated bronze 

Connie Stark 

GALACTIC JAZZ, Quilted cotton 
FESTIVALE, Quilted cotton 

Janet Stewart 

MORNING IRISES, Watercolor 

THE STRAW HAT, Watercolor over pencil drawing 

Christine B. Turnbull 

SUMMER ON THE PORCH, Colored pencil 
FIGURE STUDY, Colored pencil 

Rita Visser 

HAIL TO THE VICTORS, Watercolor 
VEILED PASSAGE, Watercolor 

Theda Wagenknecht 

PINK RHODODENDRON, Watercolor 

Barbara Webb 

WHAT MYSTERY PERVADES A TREE, Watercolor 
THAT RAINY DAY IS HERE, Watercolor 

L.J. Webster 

DYCE'S HEAD, Oil 
UNMADE BED, Oil 
CASTINE WATERFRONT, Oil 

Helen L. Weisweber 

ALONG THE MAUMEE, Oil 

Claire Wilson 

MIGRATION, Collage 
SPRING HARVEST, Collage 

Jeannette M. Woggerman 

EXCELLENCE IN PLANT DESIGN, Handmade paper 
TRANQUILLITY, Silk batik 
DIAMOND INTRIGUE, Silkscreen 

Carol J. Yeager 

BODY SPEAK, Colored pencil 

MARY WITH THE ROUNDED CHAIR, Graphite 








Toledo Area Artists: 
75th Annual Exhibition